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Check out the Cincinnati Enquirer picture gallery from Jackie Robinson Weekend at the Reds Youth Academy!

Congratulations to Terry Durham, SR at Woodward High School on being named the Larosa's MVP Featured Athlete!

Over the course of this past basketball season, Terry led the Woodward Bulldogs to a Sectional and District Championship, while being named CMAC Athlete of the Year, SW Ohio District DII Player of the Year & First Team All-Ohio for DII.

In addition to his on-court accomplishments, Terry works with kids in the off-season to develop their basketball and classroom skills.

See link below to read Larosa's entire story on Terry!

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In addition to the Jackie Robinson Day games being held at the Reds Youth Academy, Western Hills High School will also host a four-team tournament on April 14 to honor the legacy of Jackie Robinson!

The Mustangs baseball team will play host to Withrow, Purcell Marian & Princeton High School at Western Hills Varsity Baseball Diamond. Cincinnati Public Schools has helped purchase custom jerseys with #42 on the backs for each team to wear, and at the end of the day, MVP plaques will be handed out for the winner/consolation brackets, in addition to a trophy for the tournament champs!

See below with a schedule of games for Saturday!

1:00 pm - Withrow vs Western Hills

3:00 pm - Purcell Marian vs Princeton

5:30 pm - Game 1 vs Game 2 (consolation)

7:30 pm - Game 1 vs Game 2 (winner/championship)

There may not be a professional athlete that has made more of an impression on their sport and in society than Jackie Robinson. In 1947, Jackie broke the color barrier by becoming the first African-American to play in a Major League Baseball game! Though he had to deal with constant racism and serious threats regularly, Jackie persevered, showed he was a bigger man and didn't let the distractions get to him. Later that year, he was named Rookie of the Year and just two years later, was named the Most Valuable Player in the MLB - the first African-American athlete to accomplish either!

Today, his legacy lives on through the number 42. Each year, the MLB has a weekend dedicated to honoring the life and impact of Jackie Robinson. In collaboration with the Reds Futures High School Showcase, Cincinnati Public Schools, the Reds Community Fund & the CMAC have planned a day of games at the Reds Youth Academy on April 14 where each team will wear custom jerseys with #42 on the backs. See below with a schedule of games for Jackie Robinson Day and make sure you come out to support our schools and the significance of young minorities participating and thriving in America's pastime!


Field #1

Hughes vs. Woodward (4:00 pm)

Field #2

Oyler vs. Shroder (11:00 am)

Riverview East vs. Taft (2:00 pm)


Field #3

Oyler vs. Shroder (11:00 am)

Western Hills vs. Winton Woods (1:00 pm)

Hughes vs. Woodward (3:00 pm)

Field #4

Aiken vs. Taft (2:00 pm)

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